As Elite Series pro Chad Morgenthaler points out, fishing line can be flat out expensive, so you'll want to implement good practices when spooling to save line and money. The right type and amount of backing is the first important step, but it doesn't stop there. Line reversal, or removing your mainline, then re-spooling in the reverse direction will expose previously unused line to the light of day, and park the used line toward the bottom of the spool.
Spool Your Casting Reels and Save Money [Video]
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